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The Spiders are excited to release their new single & video "Another Mile". This song is about running, heart, resiliency, and the drive in all of us to achieve our goals Recorded at Portrait Recording Studios in Pompton Plains, NJ Engineered by John Ferrara & Mastered by Chris Badami. The Spiders last single "Election Day" peaked at #32 on the charts and was played in heavy rotation on radio stations all over America, including Sirius XM Little Steven's Underground Radio, NJ 105.5 WDHA-FM, NY's The Peak 107.1,& Nj's WRAT 95.9 

The Spiders are led by Lead Guitarist and Vocalist, Nick DeStefano. Nick has performed all over North America, from the Stone Pony in New Jersey to the Troubadour in Los Angeles.  The lastHe has appeared on MTV in two award winning videos from his previous bands, Faces In The Crowd and Y Fly 2 London. He also appeared on two NJ WDHA-FM Compilation CD’s, that featured groups such as the Smithereens, Glen Burtnick & Joe Lynn Turner. Nick’s Y Fly 2 London’s “Just Say No” EP is still considered a classic.The record featured the late great producer and ex-Scandal keyboardist Benjy King, Donnie Kisselback, from The Alice Cooper Band, James Lewis from Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and the great Miami Horn section, featuring Mark Pender, Stan Harrison, Ed Manion, & Mike Spengler. Nick also signed a publishing deal with Grammy award winning publisher Valentino Music for several of his instrumental recordings. Nick has teamed up with John Henderson on Bass and Nestor Arcelay on Drums, both longtime veterans of the NJ club circuit, this power trio has spent the last few years developing a very loyal following, and they hope with the release of their powerful new single "Another Mile" they will get the mainstream exposure they truly deserve.  “Another Mile” is available  on iTunes, Amazon, & Spotify. 

Nick is a longtime Pequannock resident and has lived in town with his wife Jen and their two children Allison and Sydney since 1990. Nick is Vice-Chair of the Pequannock Flood Advisory Committee, and was instrumental in working with Town Council on the Flood Elevation GrantProgram and lowering flood insurance premiums in the Township.

Nick is proud to be the Pequannock Democratic Committee candidate for Council in 2018.